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look like trayvon martin. the targets show a sslhooutte of a person wearing a hoodie, holding a caa of arizona iced tea, and a &pbag of skittlls in a pocket. investiggtors say police sergeant ron king targets similar toothese too "the officer rejected that and told him to -- that he should put those back in his cca and that he shouldn't even possess something like that." that."we truly reaah out and trayvon martin ffr them needdnggto hear anyyoffthis and the grief thaatit mustt representtng martin's family,, sayssthe sergeant's uue of the taaget was "absolutely the gang oo 8 senators that the immigration system... is - pxpected to release theii full week.tte ssnators say that been worked out.the final bill tt improve bordee security...s options for illegal in this country..-"...under the the uniied states, you aae nott greee card and ultimatleyy -&gg thing is, you have to go bacc to your home country yoo have to wait ten years,,and then we're saying is, e're going to create an alternative to ha" that." 3leeding republiiaa seeators partisan roup...buu will wait to see theefinal bi
so many community-based organizations from caa to the chinese progressive, organization inspiring young people in our communities. i also want to acknowledge that on saturday, i know a number of us will be there to cheer on laura li day, but thank you so much for your great contributions to our city. >> thank you, thank you. my english education is very limited so i don't know how to make a speech. i want to thank you everybody, and thank you for laura li on april 27th. thank you, thank you. >> president chiu: thank you laura. i would like to acknowledge a judge from across the east bay, and after him, al chang -- >> thank you mr. president. my name is steve oyang (sounds like), i'm here as a volunteer advisor two friends of roots. as you have mentioned we run a one-year program for young adult chinese-americans. we taken back to china and research their genealogy, and put it into the greater flow of chinese and chinese-american history. i had the pleasure last year to go back to china twice, once with the group of 20 somethings in the heat of july, and then in october, the ro
progressive association california civic innovation project, caa, in my eight amy chang who spent countless hours working to make this participatory budget programming your reality here in san francisco following in the footsteps of chicago, new york city and other parts around the world. the last thing i was a bit is a resolution to address the recent topic of comprehensive immigration reform. we have passed a number of resolution supporting the passage of comprehensive immigration reform supervisors campos and i and others have sponsored; the resolution to import address the most recent cir legislated or postal; there are many aspects of the bill which are positive but there are any aspects of the bill which are from our perspective in any others quite liking. for example the current legislation eliminates many important family reunification provisions it had been critically important , particularly in san francisco in the bay area to our . asian an no communities it eliminates sibling-based visas; makes it hard for families to petition for adult, married children. the current legislation
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. >> commissioner hillis. >> i just wanted to briefly add to the caa is a great organization. not only a great neighbor, but they've been involved in kind of city-wide planning and architectural issues. david and faculty and staff are involved in the design competition in mission bay, i wanted to publicly thank you all, too, at cca. >> commissioner wu. >> i'll add my voice to that. i actually took an arts extra course at cca and in undergrad and had a wonderful time there. i wanted to ask a further question about the temporary structures. i'm supportive of temporary structures. if not for the sud, what would be the process? >> i believe diego sanchez with staff. they would have to submit for a temporary permit. and [speaker not understood] can chime in. >> it depends on the use. the temporary use authorization could be for a period of two weeks or, you know, one per month. it depends on the type of use, but we do have a process. it's a temporary authorization that's submitted and we review it per the planning code. >> okay, thank you. >> commissioners, then, on that motion including the correc
when it comes to draws between the caa and the military. -- when it comes to the drones between the cia and the military. can you give me your opinion as to whether this is a good thing, a necessary thing, or whether it should be continued? colonel mcsorley will jump in on this great -- on this. whether it be drones or other types of weapon systems, when you ask the military to conduct operations that are not military we generally have trouble. to doin our people military operations. so if you ask them to patrol the border, people often times get killed that should not have been shot. so if we're going to have the military participate in these type of operations for an extended period of time, then we need to go back to some of the practices we probably had in the past associated with reconnaissance, where we have specific units designated and equipped and trained to do that kind of operation. if that is what we're going to do, that is what i would recommend. if you would like to have just one air force rather than two or three for the country for logistics reasons, training reasons, et
of the well-known creative arts agency, which we know in the media world as caa. >> right, building an empire there. never stops. what do you think about this decision by the s.e.c. seems like if somebody is going to post something on facebook, it's good enough that investors know about it? >> i think the s.e.c. woke up and realized it's 2013. to suggest otherwise would make it appear they were all a bunch of lud rights and the fact we get so much information from facebook and twitter means you have to disseminate information that way. >> mark, you agree? >> i don't understand the story. sometimes a guy might disclose something he just learned on cnbc. >> well, when the fda rules came out first -- if you said it on cnbc, it was considered fully disclosed so they have evolved over time. listen, you're talking to somebody who thinks the s.e.c. shouldn't exist. so anything they do is inconsequential. >> so i guess the only way you hide something, you disclose it on myspace and then you'll never see it again. >> but it's all social media flat forms. >> but if it's on facebook, there are a lot of
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. >> enormous client to have but he very wisely partnered with caa which really has expertise in this and caa, the biggest agency in hollywood, has a division that represents peyton manning and derek jeter and a lot of other people. smart business move and not an act of vanity as it sounds like on the surface. now he's a sports agent. >> when you put his name on the masthead it gives credibility -- >> and a cool factor. i equate him with cool and dollar signs. >> yes. >> he's idolized. >> thanks a lot. >> thanks so much, jess. >>> this has been burning up our "heat index," this zesty guy we've been showing all morning, he's gone viral. you ask why. keep watching, undressing to sell salad dressing. abc's linsey davis is here. tough assignment, linsey. >> reporter: tough stuff. kraft, the midwestern-based company known for being conservative in its advertising is going sexy. the new ad campaign is the sexiest or i should say the zestiest they've gone as they experiment with a new way to sell salad dressing to women. >> ladies, let's make a salad, shall we? mm-mm. this is the most beautiful pepp
boris and went with jay-z's new sports agency that is in partnership with caa. >> just by i think about it. scott boris hammered "the new york times" a couple of days in the context of the a-rod story. >> this guy for years has been -- boris for years has been -- i mean, he has done great for his clients. i don't know about for baseball. >> he always forgets a couple of clients in his negotiation. kyle lohse who signed with the brewers a week ago and lost a lot of money because boris forgot about him. this is a huge sign for the yankees. huge plus for the yankees. >> we need him. hope so. >>> coming up, chuck todd joins us to break down the brand-new "morning joe" marist polls. you're watching "morning joe," brewed by starbucks. ♪ take me to the rider take me take me ♪ changing the world is exhausting business. with the innovating and the transforming and the revolutionizing. it's enough to make you forget that you're flying five hundred miles an hour on a chair that just became a bed. you see, we're doing some changing of our own. ah, we can talk about it later. we're putting the w
, it addresses the problem? >> it fixes the problem because i think actually, mr. connor caa etter, the different types of -- mr. connor? >> it fixes the problem fundamentally by creating two different groups of the guestworker program. one would be the seasonal at will, which would be, i suppose, the most similar to the current h-2a program, but the other is a contract program where, again, you would have the ability to bring in year-round workers on a contract, as you noted, to perform those milking functions, feeding functions on the farm, those kind of things, as noted earlier, the cows don't stop producing milk. they produce 24/seven, every day of the year. >> that is the nice thing about cowles, they are considerate in that regard. cows, they are considerate in that regard. do you see this as a long-term fix, or something you have to tinkle -- tinker with everyew , weo question, senator picture this as a long-term fix. this was fundamental to our coalition's efforts. we were not looking to come back and do this in a few years, because we know it is not going to happen. this has been a probl
now. do we think the nature of how this happened, the expediency, the bipartisan nature of it, caa of things facing congress right now? >> i expect there will be a couple other programs in the sequester, i mentioned military hospitals, i think you will see that kind of speed on an issue where basically 100% of americans are for military hospitals working. immigration, gun control, on a grand bargain, i wouldn't hold your breath. congress will be moving as slow as it likes to. in a lot of ways the sequester took a long time to pass but it's not great policy though. things have not moved as fast as they should have. we knew this was come yet congress did nothing until the last moment possible until the effects were happening. >> all right. let's move to the discussion about syria and i want to begin with you because it seems, anna, there's evidence of some use of chemical weapons. this is something the president has called a game changer and previously a few months ago in the fall he said if that happens syria is crossing a red line. the president is crossing a red line there. what a
. >>> "all that mattered" 101 years ago. in 1997, james caa,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> this is a kpix 5 news morning update. >>> it's 8:25. let's get you caught up with bay area headlines. sheriff's deputies are investigating a stabbing in san jose. residents heard gunshots a little after 3 a.m. this morning. when the deputies got there, they discovered a man with a stab wound behind his ear, two other men hiding in the area but no shooting victims were discovered: >>> an east bay firefighter recovering after he was grazed by a bullet while on the job. firefighters and paramedics came under fire when they responded to a reported medical emergency on dwight way in berkeley. the 88-year-old man who allegedly fired the shots is being evaluated. >>> san jose police are looking for a hit and run driver after an officer was hit by a car downtown last night. investigators say a man leaving a concert at hp pavilion found a man in his car. the suspect then got into another car and sped off hitting an officer. his injuries are not considered life-threatening. >>> traffic and some windy weather out there. we'l
that the ncht caa has a contract for adidas, they're not hurting for money because of contracts like this. >> but the reason this is a bigger issue, i have to mention this, we all know this is a bigger conversation about all of these wealthy institutions profiting off of not necessarily wealthy athletes who don't see a dime until they turn pro. so there are a lot of us who shake our heads and go not again. >> it's like these kids don't get salaries. these kids don't get paid for playing these games. >> but if the school didn't make the t-shirt, someone would have on cafe press and then there would have been no money donated. >> let me read this, from adidas. the rise to the occasion t-shirt was created at the request of the team and the university. we are happy to support louisville fans who wish to honor a player and valley around the team during the most important moments of their season. the t-shirt was intended as a respectful tribute and because of that, a portion of every sale will go to the university scholarship fund. moving on because we have to talk about marriage. jada pinkett
, which i need to talk to anybody at caa, so, michael, there is a former movie executive interviewed by pbs in 2001 who said the great line in the movie business and one you hear all the time is that the material is everything. the material is actually nothing, okay? material doesn't matter? show up with the greatest script on earth, prop it down, and they can have the greatest reasons not to be involved with it, and what drives the entire business is attachment, particularly in the 1990s. heavily driven by star power, and that former executive was you. >> and that is true. [laughter] >> and that is true. the question is, do you see that change -- some version of that change happening in the journalistic world? >> i think so. really different zones here. i'm coming from print, you're coming out of broadcast, and we meet in the middle on the internet. these are radically, radically different equations, and i want to just back up and say there's a little bit of a false dichotomy here in that we're talking about innfotainment how it changes thing, and we point at tmz, and tmz, looking a
and they are part of caa, jay-z just started the sports management company and already scooping up high profile players. is anyone looking for an agent? maybe we should go with him. what's so much experience and a good rapper. >> steve: call us. >> brian: we'll get tickets to net games. >> gretchen: i probably can't. >> brian: you probably -- you'll have somebody else. >> gretchen: might be a conflict of interest. who is coming up on your radio show? >> brian: coming up on radio, chris wallace, mo will join us. stuart varney will be live in studio. that's from 9 to noon on fox news radio. >> steve: that's what's going on on the radio. what's going on on the streets of new york city? maria molina is there taking a look at the sky and our weather. >> hey, good morning, good to see you. it's turning out to be a beautiful day here in new york city. we have a lot of sunshine, not a cloud in the sky. and temperatures are gradually beginning to warm up. so that's a little bit of good news out here. we have a storm system that is producing some areas of rain across portions of arkansas, parts of oklaho
have a divided responsibility when it comes to draws between the caa and the military. -- when it comes to the drones between the cia and the military. can you give me your opinion as to whether this is a good thing, a necessary thing, or whether it should be continued? >> i think colonel mcsorley will jump in on this great -- on this. whether it be drones or other types of weapon systems, when you ask the military to conduct operations that are not military we generally have trouble. we train our people to do military operations. so if you ask them to patrol the border, people often times get killed that should not have been shot. so if we're going to have the military participate in these type of operations for an extended period of time, then we need to go back to some of the practices we probably had in the past associated with reconnaissance, where we have specific units designated and equipped and trained to do that kind of operation. if that is what we're going to do, that is what i would recommend. if you would like to have just one air force rather than two or three for the cou
in an instant you could just be designated under caa authority very quickly. we saw this dramatically and most famously in 2011 in may when teams of navy seals went to a bottom-up pakistan and to kill osama bin laden. that entire operation was under cia control. >> host: rick is in maryland. >> caller: how are you? what type of clandestine operation did the cia undertake in benghazi that may precipitated the attack on the consulate? tried to its a good question. we are still trying to learn more about excite what the cia was doing in libya. i don't know about precipitating the attacks. there's a lot of rumors that have floated around about that. the cia certainly was operating out of that base in benghazi. they were trying to get some weapons off the street in libya. and the attack happened and, you know, what actually precipitated it, obviously as a source a lot of discussion, a lot of controversy, but the extent of the cia's operation in libya at the time i think is still unknown, sethi they're still working -- worthy kin down into. there was an official report on the benghazi attack, ma and
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